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SYNT Synthomer Plc

271.00
-5.50 (-1.99%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Synthomer Plc LSE:SYNT London Ordinary Share GB00BNTVWJ75 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.50 -1.99% 271.00 268.00 271.00 276.00 267.50 272.00 309,729 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Chemicals & Chem Preps, Nec 2.02B -67M -0.4096 -6.56 439.18M
Synthomer Plc is listed in the Chemicals & Chem Preps sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SYNT. The last closing price for Synthomer was 276.50p. Over the last year, Synthomer shares have traded in a share price range of 118.00p to 1,838.00p.

Synthomer currently has 163,567,621 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Synthomer is £439.18 million. Synthomer has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.56.

Synthomer Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/9/2023
08:43
Be down to 14p old money tomorrow
typo56
26/9/2023
12:46
Now down to 38 in old money .... incredible
mrminister
26/9/2023
12:29
Trading view has this as the best technical analysis for day and week..
any reason?

netcurtains
26/9/2023
11:14
Switched to GATC
blackhorse23
26/9/2023
11:13
It's actually red, according to 1 vs 20 shares
blackhorse23
26/9/2023
10:45
According to today's RNS 23,366,803 Ordinary Shares of 1 pence.

I believe ADVFN includes a free RNS news feed.

typo56
26/9/2023
10:12
How many shares in issue now......Thanks in advance!
sbb1x
26/9/2023
10:01
A depressing feeling of inevitably as the poor management who have bought themselves a little time steer the ship back onto the rocks
my retirement fund
26/9/2023
09:47
There's a depressing lack of confusion today!
typo56
26/9/2023
09:44
Massive dilution wiping out existing shareholders completely and ridiculous capital reorganisation. Now, let the selling re-commence !
my retirement fund
17/9/2023
14:07
CEO wasn't fired for the acquisition - he had already declared that he was on his way out - but the Board allowed him to make the acquisition even though he was leaving. Which is ridiculous. When the company is up to its neck in the smelly stuff it doesn't get a say in what price the shares are issued at, the market, specifically the special situations vultures, tell them what price the shares will be issued at,
eigthwonder
15/9/2023
16:41
11 mil after hours ....where's all this huge volume going this week ?
mrminister
15/9/2023
09:33
Well the FD is new. Which sort of clears her... BUT the decision to take the easy way out and issue shares near the all time lows does perhaps suggest a lack of creativity and ability to convince and persuade on her part. Still, she was handed an absolute mess by Caroline Johnstone and pals...
wigwammer
15/9/2023
09:26
Probably the same reason why Sharon White still has a job at John Lewis despite years of failure..oh hang on.
I guess the craven ineptitude of the other non-execs is one factor....and obviously the disastrous acquisition was pushed through by an aggressive ceo who was then fired when it turned out he had paid 3x what it was worth.
The FD is a token figure here.
An utterly shambolic company.

meijiman
15/9/2023
09:19
Oh and don't forget. They also decided NOT to tell ALL shareholders fairly that a rights issue might be on the table when they updated in May and July. "All options are on the table when it comes to fixing the balance sheet". - they could have said that and everybody would be on the same page - not hard is it?! But they chose not to...... Instead, they allowed a situation to develop where the shares crashed almost each day until the issue was announced. Absolutely dire judgement and ability on display... get them out!
wigwammer
13/9/2023
13:05
Very high volume once again ....
mrminister
12/9/2023
22:23
If you buy this pile of poo today, I imagine you'd qualify for a knighthood!
pete160
12/9/2023
19:05
Are you insane ?
my retirement fund
11/9/2023
13:34
If I buy today, will I qualify for rights?
jimbull
09/9/2023
19:22
I exited too on Friday. My only major loser in a few years now, and a reminder lesson I shouldn't really have needed re: management and debt. The cancelled dividend in itself was not a disaster, but other stuff has; the board has been dire and has not been straight with us in my view. In particular, they were suggesting this was a bad patch while overstocked gloves were consumed by customers; now they are talking about competition issues too...

There are some beaten down stocks that look like they are well positioned to recover, I am not convinced this is one of them.

edmundshaw
09/9/2023
11:53
Re directors buying ahead of a rights issue - I wouldn't read too much into, new CEO's and CFO often have contractual rights to purchase a number of shares in the business before a certain date - without reading through the announcement of Wilomes appointment I would assume its the case.Re the Eastman deal - again in hindsight it looks a stinker - but mid size companies with large cash reserves get gobbled it - we'll never know the - but the decision makers are still there - the CEO executes, it's the board that sets the direction.Main question for me is do i trust the new management team to dig themselves out.
nomolos1
09/9/2023
10:32
Good point gstarkey. You cannot preside over this omnishambles and carry on regardless.Seems like the view of the acquisition was based on fantasy optimism and ignored the chance of recession or interest rates rising. This is schoolboy stuff.
The Malaysian on the board clearly failed to warn. The remaining Catto on the board failed to warn.The useless ceo was clearly asked to leave to save the skins of the others to stay on the gravy train. So now shareholders bail out the company. Needs a root and branch clearout post rights dust settling.

meijiman
08/9/2023
22:58
Not a current holder here, held these way back as Yule Catto and been off & on the watchlist since. I’ve kept a theoretical portfolio of every company that has raised money via rights issues using the primary bid platform - only 4/21 are above the rights price, average loss is 15%. Only real winners are AOworld which is up 100% (pantheon also significantly up).

Would you buy these shares just on valuation? I probably wouldn’t. But good luck either way

dr biotech
08/9/2023
22:36
Totally agree. Board is dysfunctional having masterminded shareholder value destruction on an industrial scale and I’m astonished major shareholders have not demanded Board change as a pre-condition to stump up more cash. Alarm bells rang when they declared a dividend they subsequently had to cancel. They have a track record of unjustified optimism. Post the rights issue, projected leverage will still be high and any shortfall on EBITDA would require yet another equity raise.
gstarkey
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